The Winston Stories Archive

  • Salmon. The house was painted salmon. Too dark to be pink or fushia. It was salmon-coloured. With a white trim. Other than that, the house essentially look the same as the house five other five houses on the block. It was No. 6, next door to number 4. There was […]

    Painting the car

    Salmon. The house was painted salmon. Too dark to be pink or fushia. It was salmon-coloured. With a white trim. Other than that, the house essentially look the same as the house five other five houses on the block. It was No. 6, next door to number 4. There was […]

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  • THE EMAIL – Part 1 “I don’t know why people hate Mondays,” Winston said as he lined by the french fry truck on Pilot Street. The fry truck was well-known for 2 things. An impeccable cup of early morning coffee and their fragrant deep-fried chips. Winston stood just in front […]

    The Email – Part 1

    THE EMAIL – Part 1 “I don’t know why people hate Mondays,” Winston said as he lined by the french fry truck on Pilot Street. The fry truck was well-known for 2 things. An impeccable cup of early morning coffee and their fragrant deep-fried chips. Winston stood just in front […]

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  • Birthdays in the Durdle household came every two weeks. Or at least they seemed to. Ray Durdle was born on October 10, 1932. His wife, Ettie May, was born on November 5 that same year. November 19, 1969, Ray Jr, came into the world. Eleven and half months earlier, on […]

    The Birthday Parties

    Birthdays in the Durdle household came every two weeks. Or at least they seemed to. Ray Durdle was born on October 10, 1932. His wife, Ettie May, was born on November 5 that same year. November 19, 1969, Ray Jr, came into the world. Eleven and half months earlier, on […]

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  • Green was Winston Durdle’s least favourite colour and today he was forced to wear it. It was School Pictures Day and the only clothes his mother set out for him to wear were the ones he received last Christmas from Aunt Trefina who – without fail, forethought or consideration – […]

    School Pictures Day

    Green was Winston Durdle’s least favourite colour and today he was forced to wear it. It was School Pictures Day and the only clothes his mother set out for him to wear were the ones he received last Christmas from Aunt Trefina who – without fail, forethought or consideration – […]

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